|LDP: Final round of talks with Tadic tonight||Bomb kills three people in northern Serbia||Serbian police is the most important factor of stability in the country||EMG's editorial staff and TV Avala's employees on strike, Pravda suspends its edition||Moody's downgrades Croatia's outlook||Moody’s agency confirms Montenegro Ba3 credit rating||Moody's cuts Greek domestic rating ceiling||Greece: Golden Dawn denies role in migrant attacks||Bloody climax to car theft incident in Athens||Syrian Envoy officially gone from Bulgaria||Bulgaria, Serbia sign agreement on military cooperation||Dacic: Serbia lacks majority to form government||Serbia ranks fifth in number of asylum seekers||Road through Rudare passable, KFOR checks vehicles||250 new police members assume duty in Belgrade police||Djelic: Consensus necessary before govt. is formed|
09:11 | 0 | Emg.rs, Beta
In his May 29 column on the Brussels website EUobserver, Slovak Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajcak expressed "a strong impression that once again Serbia finds itself at a crossroads."
09:15 | 0 | Tanjug
The EULEX Kosovo Police Component arrested six persons and searched several buildings in Kosovo-Metohija in the scope of their operation against organized crime, the mission released in a statement on Tuesday.
09:18 | 0 | Tanjug
The Serbian dinar will drop 0.1 percent on Wednesday, although the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) sold EUR 69.2 million on Tuesday, thus setting the official middle exchange rate at RSD 116.2041 for one euro, the central bank said.
12:37 | 0 | ECIKS
According to the daily newspaper Koha Ditore, this social enterprise is expected to gain about 10 million Euros from the sale of five thousand tons of lead and zinc concentrate.
12:39 | 0 | ECIKS
Two international firms have submitted bids to buy Kosovo's ailing state-run power distributor as part of the government's effort to liberalise the energy market and reduce losses, government officials said on Monday.
12:39 | 0 | ECIKS
During 2011, Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo has continued to invest in the network of branches and customer service. Two new subsidiaries have been opened, thus increasing the total number of branches and subsidiaries to 52 in late 2011.
12:42 12:44 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Infrastructure and Energy Milutin Mrkonjic spoke yesterday with the new leadership of company Alpina, which offered cooperation to Serbia in infrastructure projects in the form of public-private partnerships.
12:45 | 0 | Tanjug
Representatives of local self-governments, educational institutions, public companies and businesses in northern Kosovo said Tuesday that the current situation in that part of the province is complex and tends to get worse due to unilateral moves made by KFOR and EULEX.
12:46 | 0 | Tanjug
Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine Vladimir Bumbasirevic was appointed new rector of the Belgrade University for the next three years on Monday.
12:47 | 0 | Beta
Serbian president-elect Tomislav Nikolic said he would in no way be an obstacle to the forming of the government and called on the parties to reach agreement on the government as soon as possible, because the country is in a difficult economic situation.
12:48 | 0 | Tanjug
Household consumption is estimated to have risen 0.1 percent in the first quarter of this year, according to seasonally-adjusted data, which had a positive effect on the GDP, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) said in its inflation report.
12:49 12:50 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia can export potato to the EU again because the ban introduced back in 2000 has been lifted, which opens room for an increase in the local production, Branislav Gulan of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS) told Tanjug.
12:50 | 0 | Tanjug
Speculations about lay-offs and the suspension of another blast furnace at the Smederevo steel mill are arbitrary and have no basis in the decisions made by the company's leadership, the steelworks' spokesperson Dusanka Rankovic told Tanjug on Tuesday.
12:51 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian Progressive Party official Zorana Mihajlovic said on Tuesday there was no avoiding talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), because the IMF was important for coping with the crisis in Serbia.
20:48 | 0 | Tanjug
The Republic of Serbia will never stop issuing licence plates and documents and that is not, nor will be part of the agreement with Pristina, Stefanovic said and reiterated that the agreements reached are public, clear and in line with the Serbian Constitution.
20:52 | 0 | Radio Serbia
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić said that so far no one had demanded him to recognize independence of Kosovo as a condition for Serbia’s further EU course. He told RTV Montenegro that he would never recognize independence of Kosovo even at the price of renouncing the
20:55 | 0 | Tanjug
Lt General Ljubisa Dikovic, Serbian Armed Forces (VS) Chief of General Staff, and KFOR Commander Major General Erhard Drews stated in Belgrade on Wednesday that the security situation in Kosovo-Metohija is delicate, but stable.
20:55 | 0 | Tanjug
Representatives of the Kosovo Serbs in the northern Kosovo town of Zvecan formed their municipal assembly on Wednesday, following the May 6 local elections that were held despite Belgrade's opposition to their taking place.
20:56 | 0 | Tanjug
A Kosovo government delegation will arrive in Brussels on Wednesday afternoon to hold a structural dialogue with EU officials on the rule of law, the fight against corruption and organised crime.